Incredible Creation Games
Avatar creators are nothing new, and nor is the whole Minecraft craze. The latter, involving a pixelated world filled with a huge range of things to do and with almost every single pixel being interactive and usable by the player, can be a very fun experience but Skincraft makes this experience even better. It does so by allowing you to create and edit your very own Minecraft avatar that you can export, show off, and use in the game. Many people enjoy customisation, but when they can insert their creations into their favourite game, it becomes more than just a bit of fun: Skincraft is a powerful tool that can cause such excitement whilst being useful at the same time.
Rollercoaster rides aren’t what they used to be, particularly in Rollercoaster Creator 2 where most of the track is missing; this could lead to some serious injury and a distinct lack of fun on account of all passengers on that particular journey being dead, so you must take it upon yourself to fill in the gaps by constructing your very own rollercoaster ride in order to solve each mini-puzzle one track at a time.
It’s OK to tire of the pre-existing superheroes that already roam the fictional Marvel universe. Even Marvel themselves are aware that their own creations can only satisfy so many which is why you are able to indulge in Marvel’s own Create Your Own Superhero game. Be in control of the appearance and characteristics of your very own superhero as you design them to your very own specifications to show the world that heroes can be borne of your own creativity.
If reality is getting a little too much for you then treat yourself to a bit of indulgence in IMVU where you can create your own person, a massively multiplayer online experience that gives you free reign to roam, create, and interact in a virtual world. Create an avatar, customise your surroundings, and chat freely with other players, the number of which falls in the millions, so an IMVU day is bound to be a good one.
Forget games that rigidly prescribe you some preset characters for you to play, get creative with the full body anime avatar creator. Leaving behind the inflexibility seen in most flash-based games, this handy tool allows you to be solely responsible for crafting your very own anime avatar character, choosing from a range of aesthetic features and colours to make your very own character in the way that you desire.
What kind of ball do you usually enjoy? Is it the insane kind? How about stark raving mad being a property of the aforementioned and mysterious ball which I am speaking in reference to? I think I’ll stick with bonkers as an adjective: it has more of a ring to it, don’t you think? Berzerk Studio may just have something up their sleeve to change the minds of both you and I, however, and this little something is Berzerk Ball 2. Before playing, it was more than happy for my ball to be simply bonkers and think nothing more of it, but the distance-based, geek-smashing, collecting cashing, weapons re-hashing ridiculousness of the game made me realise that I simply wasn’t satisfied with just ‘bonkers’. The customising and pulverising of your geeky target with a huge range of weapons and items wielded by a team of six geek-hating madmen and women is exactly why berzerk is the only adjective that you will ever need in all of your future references to balls, singular or plural, and in the past, present, and future tenses. I’d like to focus on the future tense here however, with some ideas and thoughts on improvements and additions for a prospective Berzerk Ball 3.